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    Default Temporary to Permanent Residency

    We are just doing our temporary to permanent residency after 5 years and we need to know if a letter requesting the change is required. All other documents are easily identified on the government website but we get a notice back asking for a "authorization for change" in the "other" tab.


    If anyone has recently updated, your knowledge would be greatly appreciated. By the way, the site was super easy to navigate and use

    Thanks

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    Bill
    this is well reported here...

    try digging a little deeper & you may get a faster answer....
    But I think you're right... a letter

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    It was mentioned that the first step is to submit a written request to change from temporary to permanent. Once that is approved, then you file all the other documents. I believe someone even posted a copy of a letter but I may be mistaken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    Bill
    this is well reported here...

    try digging a little deeper & you may get a faster answer....
    But I think you're right... a letter
    Yeah I did a lot of digging. There are references to sending a letter to DGM and waiting for 14 dayss to 2 months to get an authorization but nowhere that I can find is a clear guideline. Thanks

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    Gringo is there.... he's right.

    Those of us who are removed from the topic are slightly unaware of the details....sorry.

    He may help you find it

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    Thanks, I'll see what I can come up with

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdn_Gringo View Post
    It was mentioned that the first step is to submit a written request to change from temporary to permanent. Once that is approved, then you file all the other documents. I believe someone even posted a copy of a letter but I may be mistaken.
    Do you know of this can be submitted electronically? Thanks

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    Where are you located. If you are by chance in the PC/ Bavaro area the DGM office was really helpful. I would try them first. My experience here with lawyers is not very good.

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    I would be really interested in hearing the exact process myself ...

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    Here it is.

    All I can say is WOW if this process is still so lengthy now 2 years later.

    http://dr1.com/forums/showthread.php...legal-renewals

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